Blue Poison Dart Frog Facts: Lesson for Kids


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How do blue poison dart frogs protect themselves from enemies?

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1. Why do we say that blue poison dart frogs are diurnal?

2. How did blue poison dart frogs get their name?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Poison dart frogs are a very unique but dangerous kind of animal. This quiz and worksheet is a great way for you to go over some important facts that you should know about poison dart frogs, such as where they get their name and what they eat.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You can answer these questions to test yourself on:

  • How poison dart frogs protect themselves
  • What diurnal means
  • Where their name comes from
  • How they get their poison
  • What carnivore means

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall -answer the questions to see how much you can remember about poison dart frogs
  • Defining key concepts - make sure that you know the meanings of words that describe poison dart frogs, such as diurnal and carnivore
  • Knowledge application - use what you know about poison dart frogs to choose the correct facts about them once you read our questions

Additional Learning

You can learn more about poison dart frogs with the lesson called Blue Poison Dart Frog Facts: Lesson for Kids. This lesson has information on:

  • What poison dart frogs look like
  • What they eat
  • How they got their name
  • Where their poison comes from